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DP World Yarımca Container Terminal opening dinner of the European Union Minister and Chief Negotiator Mevlut Cavusoglu, "Turkey's 'regional logistics base' Our goal is that there will be and 2023 foreign trade goals, as the government is a sign that it will continue to increase investment we made to the transport infrastructure," he said.

DP World Yarımca Container Terminal in the opening so the hotel arranged dinner attended Cavusoglu, here in his speech, one of the world's largest port operator, which DP World, the container terminal was congratulated investment in Turkey.

Cavusoglu, Turkey, saying that would be an example for other investors ports to be opened with the latest technology, Turkey's intercontinental that have the potential to become a regional logistics bases situated in the crossing point was noticed.

Ministers Cavusoglu, "This addition to its strategic location, modern infrastructure will provide intermodal transport and hinterland connections Designed to complement each other, Turkey raises to the fore. In addition, the projects that will continue to be one of the world's most important trade centers and provide links to the transport networks of the EU, as well as routes that will facilitate access to all neighboring countries and new markets, ensure that our country is in an advantageous position. According to the Logistics Performance Index, which ranks the xnumx'unc In the 2010 155 between countries, Turkey has risen to at xnumx'nc as 39 years. Turkey's 'regional logistics base' and our goal is that there will be 2012 foreign trade goals, as the government is a sign that it will continue to increase investment in transport infrastructure will do, "he said.

Turkey's European Union membership Cavusoglu stressed the determination to maintain the target, that target is Turkey's most important driving force behind the reform in various fields, he said.

- "The European Union is Turkey's most important trading partner"

Çavuşoğlu pointed out that in the EU process, not only in the political field but also in all fields from economy to the environment, from transportation to energy were taken, Çavuşoğlu continued:

Tır Only in the last 1 year, there have been many changes in the 16 primary, 195 secondary regulation for adaptation to the EU, where we have not been aware of different areas of social life. The accession process is not just about making changes or making new arrangements in our legislation in order to comply with the EU acquis. It is a known fact that this adaptation process will have very important economic and sectoral results. This process also plays an important role in the continued environment of stable growth in Turkey. Despite the current crisis the European Union is still the world's largest economy and Turkey's most important trading partner. Approximately 40 part of our foreign trade is realized with EU countries. The European Union closed into the impact of the financial crisis experienced in recent years, though, it is aware of the changes and transformations taking place in Turkey. Turkey's reformers of the year 2013 identity that highlights the importance for the future of our country's EU accession process has been a critical year can be seen clearly. Unfortunately, the European Union cannot reflect this situation to our negotiation process because of some political barriers. Ne

Cavusoglu, political obstacles to the accession process because of the desired point can not be, although it does not constitute an obstacle to the reform process.

- “The real agenda of the EU process for us is democracy, justice, development”

Reminding that Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan declared 2014 as the “EU year” in Turkey, Çavuşoğlu said, “Our government looks at the European Union process from a reform perspective and evaluates this process in the best way, despite the political obstacles we face. The real agenda of the EU process for us is democracy, justice and development. Turkey's EU membership for both sides kazan-kazan situation is very clear. Rapidly changing global dynamics and common interests make Turkey-EU integration more and more important and indispensable. Turkey, with its large and growing domestic market, dynamic social structure, leading role in the region, experienced private sector, free and safe investment environment, highly skilled workforce, advanced infrastructure and institutionalized economy, offers both important opportunities and an important partner to the EU. happening,” he said.

Cavusoglu, "No. 21 Moroccan Trans-European Networks" of the negotiations that opened one of the chapters in this framework, Turkey will serve the interests of both the EU Kapıkule-Halkalı-Ankara-Sivas-Kars Railway Project has been agreed on.

Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu stated that although the taşımacılık Moroccan Transport Policy No 14 açıl has not been opened due to political barriers, significant progress has been made in the transportation sector in the last decade regarding both infrastructure and legislation.

In the framework of integration with the EU in infrastructure investments, Çavuşoğlu stated that priority was given to port and railway projects.-Rail-road connection problems were solved in port projects, monopoly markets were liberalized, the process of being a party to many international conventions was completed quickly. With the project of rehabilitation of the Irmak-Karabük-Zonguldak Railway Line, which is rapidly progressing with construction works of EU financial support, and the modernization of Samsun-Kalın Railway Line, which will be realized with the financial support of the EU in the coming period, it is aimed to be articulated safely. Within the framework of the Pre-Accession Financial Assistance, which is one of the most concrete areas of our cooperation with the EU, the amount of EU funds provided for the transport sector, including the port-linked railway projects I mentioned earlier in the 2007-2013 years, is about 650 million euros. Establishment of a transport legislation in line with EU policies and strengthening the connections of air, sea, rail, and road transport will continue to be among the priorities of our country. AB

The opening dinner was attended by DP World Yarımca Chief Executive Officer Nichola Silveira, DP World Europe and Russia's Vice President Ganesh Raj, Deputy Prime Minister Investment Agency Vice President Arda Ermut, Gulf Mayor İsmail Baran and other interested parties.

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